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Creator:  Abney, Annie Beth
Collection Title:  Annie Beth Abney Collection of Nathaniel E. Harris Research Files 
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Abstract:  The Annie Beth Abney Collection of Nathaniel E. Harris Research Files consists of photographs and correspondence gathered by Abney while writing a master's thesis at the University of Georgia on Nathaniel Harris who served as Governor of Georgia from 1915 to 1917. Prior to his term as governor he also served in the Georgia House of Representatives and Senate, and as a judge in the Superior Court of the Macon Circuit. Harris was an attorney by profession. The photographs document Harris family gravesites and Governor Harris's affiliation with the Mulberry Street Methodist Church (Macon, GA) where he was an active member for fifty years. Correspondence in the collection includes letters written by Governor Harris; Warren Roberts, a fellow church member; and Governor Harris's son, Walter Harris. The subject matter of the letters centers on Harris's church activities and personal family matters dated 1866 (copy) and 1957.
Creator:  Abney, Annie Beth
Collection Title:  Beth Abney Collection of Campaign Material 
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Abstract:  The Beth Abney Collection of Campaign Material includes campaign ephemera from the gubernatiorial campaigns of Joe Frank Harris, Lester Maddox and Zell Miller and a 1964 article about Grace Stephens, wife of Congressman Robert G. Stephens.
Creator:  Abrams, Stacey
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 161 Stacey Abrams 
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Abstract:  Stacey Abrams served as State Representative for Georgia’s 89th House District and was selected to the role of House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly. In this interview, she discusses her early life, education, and career, including roles in city government, entrepreneurial business, state politics, and writing.
Creator:  Abrams, Stacey
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 163 Stacey Abrams 
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Abstract:  Stacey Abrams served as State Representative for Georgia’s 89th House District and was selected to the role of House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly. In this interview, she discusses issues facing Georgia, including the public education system (with a discussion about the differences between public schools, charter schools, and private schools), voter registration, political reapportionment and redistricting, and challenges to Medicaid expansion.
Creator:  Disabled in Action (Atlanta).
Collection Title:  Reverend Calvin Peterson and Disabled in Action Atlanta Collection 
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Abstract:  Reverend Calvin Peterson is the founder and director of Disabled in Action, a non-profit organization with a mission to advocate, educate and empower people with disabilities living in poverty, their families and caregivers, and with an emphasis on equity and inclusion. The collection includes articles of incorporation, correspondence, press releases, news clippings, brochures, flyers, photographs, DVDs, and other materials that document Rev. Peterson and Disabled in Action's advocacy and activism.
Creator:  Adair, Rufus
Collection Title:  Mableton (GA) Coal Company Account Book 
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Abstract:  This collection consists of one ledger belonging to Rufus Adair whose family owned the Mableton Coal Company after it was owned by the family of Georgia Governor Roy Barnes.
Creator:  Adams, Dottie
Collection Title:  Dottie Adams Papers 
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Abstract:  Dottie Adams is the former Individual and Family Supports Director for the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities. Her papers document her prolific career in advocacy and disability activism and include materials from her work with state agencies and commissions, support organizations, and philanthropic and activist work in the state of Georgia.
Creator:  Adams, Michael F., 1948
Collection Title:  Richard B. Russell Library Oral History Documentary Collection, OHD 001 No Other Road: 1953 Red and Black Editors Stand Up for Equality and Free Speech 
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Abstract:  No Other Road: 1953 Red and Black Editors Stand Up for Equality and Free Speech is a public oral history that documents the experiences of the editors of the University of Georgia's newspaper, Red and Black, who in 1953 resigned in protest following their defense of Horace Ward's right to attend the University of Georgia Law School. Moderated by Harry Montevideo, the program includes interviewers Dr. Maurice Daniels and Dr. Kent Middleton, as well as University of Georgia President Michael Adams.
Creator:  Alaimo, Anthony A., 1920-
Collection Title:  Richard B. Russell Library Oral History Documentary Collection, OHD 004 A Life of Public Service: A Conversation with Anthony A. Alaimo 
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Abstract:  Charles Campbell interviews Anthony Alaimo about his experiences as a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II, his time as an attorney in Atlanta, and his tenure as a judge in the U.S. District Court (Southern District of Georgia). Judge Anthony Alaimo discusses his early life and education. He comments on his perception of and involvement with World War II, his enlistment and training in the Army Air Corps, and the crash which led to his time as a POW. Regarding his time as a POW, Alaimo discusses his experiences during captivity and his multiple escape attempts. He discusses his role in the film "Great Escape" and his subsequent education at the Emory Unviersity School of Law. Alaimo reflects on serving as an attorney in both Atlanta and Brunswick and as a judge. He comments on the Georgia prison system and the Guthrie V. Evans case and the significant changes he made as a federal judge.
Creator:  Albert, Frank
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 152 Frank Albert 
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Abstract:  After graduating from the University of South Carolina, serving six months in the army, and opening a John Deere dealership in Augusta, Georgia, Frank Albert was elected to the Georgia Senate in 1964. He served as a Republican Senator for eight years, working closely with such politicians as Governor Zell B. Miller, Senator Culver Kidd, and Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives Tom Murphy. Albert recalls a few particularly memorable experiences, including Culver Kidd’s “Crown Royal pants” and the articles written about him when he endorsed Democratic candidate Zell B. Miller for Governor.
Creator:  Alonso, Haro
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 013 Alonso Haro interviewed by Soledad Palacios 
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Abstract:  Alonso Haro grew up in Zacatecas, Mexico, after which he moved back to the U.S. in 1992, where he eventually settled in Athens, Georgia. Haro worked in his father’s restaurant, Taqueria La Parrilla, where he is currently a co-owner. In this interview, he talks about his family, his father's inspiration for opening a restaurant, an employee-focused work culture, and the restaurant's relationship to its customers and the community.
Creator:  Anderson, Leeman, 1899-1969
Collection Title:  Leeman Anderson Collection of Masonic Lodge Records 
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Abstract:  The Leeman Anderson Collection of Masonic Lodge Records documents the activities of two masonic lodges, Erin Lodge, No. 70, in Meriwether County, Georgia, and Hollonville Lodge, No. 70, in Pike County, Georgia, which were active from the middle of the 19th century into the early part of the 20th century
Creator:  Anderson, Leeman, 1899-1969
Collection Title:  Leeman Anderson Collection of Masonic Lodge Records 
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Abstract:  The Leeman Anderson Collection of Masonic Lodge Records documents the activities of two masonic lodges, Erin Lodge, No. 70, in Meriwether County, Georgia, and Hollonville Lodge, No. 70, in Pike County, Georgia, which were active from the middle of the 19th century into the early part of the 20th century
Creator:  Anthony, Glenn, 1924-
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 068 Glenn Anthony 
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Abstract:  Glenn Anthony reported for the United Press International, covering various civil rights groups in Alabama and Tennessee. He entered politics when he went to work for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, lobbying for business interests. He was involved in establishing numerous programs, including Stay and See Georgia, a travel program. He lobbied for over twenty years with the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the Georgia Forest Association. Anthony discusses his early life, lobbying for business interests, and his experience with different Georgia governors.
Creator:  Argo, Robert E., 1923-
Collection Title:  Robert E. Argo, Jr. Papers 
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Abstract:  The Robert E. Argo, Jr. Papers consist of files of a Georgia legislator from the Clarke County District. He served in the General Assembly from 1977 to 1986. This collection contains campaign finance reports, legislative correspondence, copies of bills and resolutions, Southern Legislative Conference and Southern State Energy Board (SSEB) meeting files, National Conference of State Legislatures correspondence and meeting files, and appropriation committee files. Topics include the University System of Georgia and University of Georgia, education, teachers retirement, Travel Industry Study Committee, computerized telephone solicitation, local legislation for Athens and Clarke County, and energy.
Creator:  Arnall, Alvan S., 1938-2012
Collection Title:  Alvan S. Arnall Collection of Ellis G. Arnall Materials 
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Abstract:  The materials in this collection have been gathered by Alvan S. Arnall, son of Governor Ellis G. Arnall. Ellis Gibbs Arnall was Attorney General of Georgia from 1939 to 1941 and was governor of Georgia from 1943 to 1947. The majority of this collection includes research materials used for Arnall’s biography, The Politics of Change in Georgia: A Political Biography of Ellis Arnall, written by Harold Paulk Henderson. Files include correspondence, clippings, programs, speeches, research materials, resolutions, and bills. Materials are a mix of original documents and photocopies. Other papers in this collection document portions of Arnall’s legal career and his campaigns.
Creator:  Arroyo, Florinda
Collection Title:  Athens Oral History Project, AOHP 012 Florinda Arroyo interviewed by Soledad Palacios 
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Abstract:  Florinda Arroyo was born in the state Michoacán, Mexico and moved to Athens, Georgia with her husband, where they opened the restaurant Tlaloc, El Mexicano. In this interview, she talks about learning to cook as a child, the idea to start the restaurant, the initial difficulties, the restaurant’s growth, and the relationship between Tlaloc, its customers, and the community.
Creator:  Ashe, Kathy.
Collection Title:  Reflections on Georgia Politics Oral History Collection, ROGP 116 Kathy Ashe 
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Abstract:  Kathy Blee Ashe was first elected to the Georgia General Assembly House of Representatives in June of 1991. As a member of the Georgia House of Representatives for House District 56, Ashe served on the Education, Children and Youth, Higher Education, and Appropriations committees. She has also served on the Appropriations K-12 Education Subcommittee. She has been the Chair of the Fulton County House Delegation and active in the Women’s Caucus. Ashe discusses her time in the legislature, the issues she championed, and the state of party politics in Georgia.
Creator:  American Turpentine Farmers Association
Collection Title:  American Turpentine Farmers Association Minute Books 
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Abstract:  Judge Harley Langdale of Valdosta, Georgia, along with 900 other men from the Southern turpentine industry established the American Turpentine Farmers Association (ATFA) in March of 1936. ATFA was formed to represent the interests of gum naval stores factors, producers, and dealers in the United States "turpentine belt" (Georgia, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas). Activities of ATFA document the interconnection of land use and environmental stewardship to the broader issues and policies of modern Georgia's rural development. The American Turpentine Farmers Association Minute Books provide the administrative record of the organization. The minute books are available online at http://russelldoc.galib.uga.edu/atfa/.